The film licensing board has begun a crackdown of foreign crews bringing their equipment to the country without approval. Director of film services Ernest Kerich has also warned film makers against making and selling films in Kenya without a filming license. Media houses have also been warned against airing films without licenses.
Kenya: Film Makers Warned
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